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Therm-a-Rest DreamTime Sleeping Mat (Large)


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  • Ultra-soft pillow-top camping mattress
  • Premium three-layer design includes removable mattress, cushy pillow top, and plush fleece cover
  • Rolls up quickly with compression straps for easy storage
  • Removable fleece cover is machine-washable
  • Great for car camping or replacement bed in camper

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Product Description

Product Description

Our new Camp & Comfort mattresses offer incomparable softness and warmth, making outdoor experiences more comfortable than ever. Family campers, car campers, and base campers all pick this mattress when waking up refreshed is priority one

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The Therm-a-Rest DreamTime ultra-soft pillow-top sleeping mat is the ultimate car camping mattress or a good replacement bed for a camper. It comes in two sizes:

Large

  • Weight: 6 pounds, 13 ounces
  • Rolled size: 25 x 11 inches
  • R-value: 8.0
  • Thickness: 3 inches
XL
  • Weight: 8 pounds
  • Rolled size: 30 x 11 inches
  • R-value: 8.0
  • Thickness: 3 inches


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000A8C5F0
  • Item model number: 08917
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #898,692 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It was just like sleeping in my own bed.
R. Norton
I use it instead of much thicker inflatable bed.
S.P
Now it is even more then justified it's cost!
Glenn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By CPAChicago TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 24, 2008
Color Name: NavySize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
The negative reviews I have seen on this sleeping pad all point to its expense.

Everyone seems to agree that this is perhaps the most comfortable option out there for a car camping sleeping pad. There are no alternatives out there that I have found that allow you to create a true queen sized but very portable and comfortable and insulated bed. Zero.

We have been using these for 3 years now and they certainly beat the overly-bouncy Aerobed air mattress that we were using.

You can get much the same comfort by simply buying a tri-fold 4" mattress, however they are not much cheaper and a queen sized one is enormous.

The fleece topping on the Thermarest Dreamtime is very nice to the touch. The air-mattress allows me to get it a touch firmer than an all foam mattress.

It is basically a good quality self-inflating air mattress (foam inside a two valve air mattress) with a normal foam pad over it inside a cover which is a very nice fleece on top and polyurethane underneath (and thus less likely to get dirty or absorb moisture from the tent floor).

It is one of the warmest pads you can get with a total R value of 9. (It can get very, very cold at night with a regular air mattress sucking away all your body heat)

Some have said that it is expensive because it is "memory foam". It is memory foam in that it tries hard to get back to its original shape in order to self-inflate, however it is not the memory foam of modern marketing where your body heat causes the temperature sensitive foam to compress in just the right places so you have a more comfortable night sleep with fewer pressure points.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Matthew S. Monroe on January 11, 2007
Color Name: NavySize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
My wife and I have a problem. We both like camping, but we both have back problems. This product allows us to get a decent night's sleep in a tent, which means we can camp more. Yeah, it's one more thing to have to pack, but it rolls up nice and fits just fine in the back of our jeep with our tent and sleeping bags.

I wouldn't get this product if you are a minimalist, it's pretty bulky and it's too big to hike with. However, if you go camping like we do, then why settle for the smaller and slimmer Therm-a-Rest models?

If you have a bad back and like to go camping, it is the only way to go outside of getting an inflatable mattress (too bulky, needs electricity) or just buying an RV (which isn't camping at all).
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Tom Swift on March 17, 2007
Color Name: NavySize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
I use the mattress on a Camp Time roll-a-cot which is the best cot around because it doesn't have end bars. This mattress makes the whole setup like floating on a cloud. I think I'll spend most of my time while camping in bed instead of fishing!! It rolls up pretty big though. The straps work well to make a good bedroll. I bought som 30 inch duffels to use as a storage sack for extra protection.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Glenn on May 8, 2007
Color Name: NavySize Name: Large
Here's the deal. I finally figured out what was going on with me. As I get older, the sleeping pads I use are getting bigger and bigger. That's OK.. The thing I LOVE about this one is that the XL size is actually extra WIDE!!!! I absolutely HATE when my arms drop to my sides with standard air mats. I have had 4 different sizes over the years and this one is BY FAR my favorite. Yes, it is soft and warm and thick, but the WIDTH is the best part by far. (I am 5' 11'' and 187 lbs with a 43 inch chest). If you are of similar dimentions I would strongly suggest the XL size! UPDATE: as of July 07' I have found a new use for this XL mattress. The bunks we have at the Fire station are pretty much shot, 10 year old prison mattresses (they probably get better ones), anyhow, I have been bringing this whenever I work a night shift, and man does it help me get comfortable if I can manage a break long enough to get some shut eye. Now it is even more then justified it's cost!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Norton on November 29, 2007
Color Name: NavySize Name: X-Large
I used this 1/2 season for car camping (with a cot). It was just like sleeping in my own bed. When I took apart the pad to wash the cover I noticed that one of the components is a high quality self inflating pad. Although I haven't done it yet I'm sure that this can be used standalone as a back packing pad. Its wider than most pack pads but I think it would still be OK. As you notice this is quite expensive for a sleeping pad, but if you insist on a good night's sleep its worth every penny. I only have one. My wife and I fight over it, so I'm ordering another.

03/03/2012 Well, its now over 4 years since I bought this (two of them) and they are still as good and as comfortable as new. I do baby them by storing them flat and uncompressed inside a zippered mattress cover which hangs in the back of the garage. When being transported to and from campsites I still use the supplied plastic covers that come with the mattresses.

09/18/2014 Believe it or not I'm still using this pad. Took a job down in the Missouri Ozarks and go camping every other week end. It's still just like new. Hell, I've worn out more that this pad has. I still store it the same way and only roll it for transport. No holes in the cover, no leaks in the self-inflating pad. Hats off to Therm-a-rest.
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